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A quo warranto petition, as provided for in both Article VIII Section 5(1) of the Constitution and Rule 66 of the Rules of Court, challenges the legal basis of one's appointment and seeks the removal of the respondent from office because of lack of qualification or legal basis to continue holding such office.
The court order declared that any person who suffers from lack of qualification under Article 62 or disqualification under Article 63 of the Constitution is debarred from holding the position of 'Party Head' by whatever name called and prohibited from exercising any of the powers provided in Article 63-A of the Constitution, as 'Party Head' or any other power in the said capacity under any law, rule, regulation, statute, instrument or document of any political party.
As a consequence, it is declared that any person who suffers from lack of qualification under Article 62 or disqualification under Article 63 of the Constitution is debarred from holding the position of 'party head' by whatever name called and prohibited from exercising any of the powers provided in Article 63-A of the Constitution, as party head' or any other power in the said capacity under any law, rule, regulation, statute, instrument or document of any political party,' announced Chief Justice Nisar who himself authored the short order.
I feel duty bound to congratulate him for the sterling work he does in defence of the 70% of the population who may feel they are being discriminated against by local authorities who appoint personnel on the basis of their inability, unsuitability and lack of qualification to carry out a public service at the tax payer's expense simply because they would rather employ people who happen to be bilingual.
Furthermore, the verdict says that after the election, his election can be challenged inter alia on the grounds of lack of qualification or disqualification before the Election Tribunal in accordance with the procedure provided by law, the the Representation of People Act, 1976 (ROPA).
This lack of qualification results from the fact that the training offers do not adapt to market opportunities; even less to the productive sector.
A day after the Philippine electorate was shocked by the strong showing of 40-year-old Opposition senatorial candidate Nancy Binay, the vice president's eldest daughter braced herself for more criticisms over her lack of qualification for public office.
Navy Cyber Forces Command, as the executive agent for the EIDWS program, reviewed the program and identified a lack of qualification opportunities for Sailors in the AG, IS, CT and IT ratings assigned to commands not under IDC command administrative control.
In their testimonies, Japanese volunteers working in Tunisian disabled care associations spoke about problems they face in fulfilling their mission in Tunisia, namely communication as they do not command Arabic and difficulties of exchanging information, in addition to the lack of qualification and financial resources in associations based in inland regions.
The worry over the lack of qualification is shared by Elias Saab, but he thinks it should be inspectors who "get training for at least 3 months or even a year and then they should be registered with an association.
CHESS players are still fuming about the lack of qualification procedures applied to take part in international tournaments after a Bahrain tyke failed to place.
The lack of qualification standards for appraisers employed by the Resolution Trust Corporation could add to the cost of the $165 billion savings and loan bailout.